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LVMH's luxury watch brands Hublot and Bulgari have pushed sales above 2019 levels in the past year and more growth is expected this year on strong U.S. demand, company executives told Reuters ahead of LVMH Watch Week that kicks off on Monday. Hublot and Bulgari, alongside LVMH stablemates Zenith and TAG Heuer, are holding LVMH Watch Week online, with digital presentations of their latest collections. Hublot is showing an extra-slim version of its Big Bang watch, while Italian jeweller Bulgari has Serpenti Misteriosi watches which are hidden in snake-like bracelets and rings.
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German car giant Volkswagen said Monday it beat the European Union's target for cutting carbon emissions on its new vehicles in 2021, having missed the mark last year.
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Company boss Stephen Fitzpatrick said the brand licencing agreement is a ‘common commercial agreement’.
Strong factory output growth helped by easing supply bottlenecks pushed activity in Germany's manufacturing sector to a five-month high in January, a survey showed on Monday. IHS Markit's flash Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) showed that activity in the manufacturing sector rose to 60.5 from 57.4 in December. Activity in the services sector rose to a two-month high of 52.2 after shrinking in December, confounding a forecast that had pointed to a decline and pointing to a positive mood among consumers and business despite the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant.
Businessman John Caudwell said tax avoidance was ‘wrong’ and said he was ‘extremely proud’ to pay UK tax now.
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The company said supply chain costs, delays and staff absences all mean profits will be below expectations
A gas supply crunch in Europe, widely blamed on a dearth of gas flows from Russia, has caused energy prices to soar. Simson said she would attend conferences in Azerbaijan and Washington in February to discuss ways for increasing gas deliveries to Europe. "The gas storage levels in the EU are significantly lower than usual at this time of the year," she told reporters.
US stocks and oil slid as tensions between the West and Russia over the military buildup on the border with Ukraine dented sentiment and investors brace for the Fed's meeting this week.
After hitting a record high of almost $68,000 in November, the digital currency is now worth under $35,000
MILAN (Reuters) -Shares in Italy's second-biggest bank UniCredit rose in early trade on Monday as investors welcomed the dimming chances of a deal involving bailed-out Russian lender Otkritie Bank. UniCredit had accessed Otkritie's books earlier this month to check whether it could be interested in parts of its business, sources had said. Otkritie has been put on the block by Russia's central bank which is looking to divest more than four years after bailing it out as part of a clean-up of the sector.
The Federal Reserve has its inflation-fighting weapons ready to fire, and when the US central bank's policy committee convenes this coming week, the focus will not be on whether they will pull the trigger but rather how many times.
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UK’s biggest private pension fund to shift £5bn away from polluters. Exclusive: climate tilt by USS will immediately reduce emissions associated with its holdings by 30%